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" Tilting- spear, a weapon used in tilts and tournaments. Timbre, signifies the helmet, when placed over the arms in a complete achievement. Tincture. See p. xxviii. Tirret, a modern name for manacles- or handcuffs. Toad, this animal in coat armour is always... "
The General Armory of England, Scotland, Ireland, and Wales: Comprising ... - Page xlvi
by Bernard Burke - 1864 - 1185 pages
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The British herald, or Cabinet of armorial bearings of the nobility & gentry ...

Thomas Robson (engraver.) - 1830
...When a broken tilting spear is mentioned in the blazon, it implies the bottom part only of the spear. TIMBRE, signifies the helmet, when placed over the arms, in a complete achievement. TINCTURE, the colour of any thing, including the two metals, because they are often represented by yellow and...
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The British Herald; Or, Cabinet of Armorial Bearings of the Nobility ...

Thomas Robson - Heraldry - 1830
...When a broken tilting spear is mentioned in the blazon, it implies the bottom part only of the spear. TIMBRE, signifies the helmet, when placed over the arms, in a complete achievement. TINCTURE, the colour of any thing, including the two metals, because they are often represented by yellow and...
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An Introduction to Heraldry: Containing the Origin and Use of Arms; Rules ...

Hugh Clark, Thomas Wormull - Heraldry - 1854 - 267 pages
...TILLAGE, RAKE-HEAD. P. 20. n 3. TiLTiNG-SpEAR, a. spear used at tilts and tournaments. P. 22, n. 8. TIMBRE signifies the helmet, when placed over the arms in a complete achievement. TINCTURE is the colour of anything in coat-armour : under this denomination may be included the two metals or...
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An Introduction to Heraldry: With Nearly One Thousand Illustrations ...

Hugh Clark, James Robinson Planché - Heraldry - 1866 - 279 pages
...BAKE-HEAD. Pi. xxx., n. 3. Tn/riNG-SpEAR, a spear used at tilts and tournaments. PL xxix. n. 8. TIMRRE, signifies the helmet, when placed over the arms in a complete achievement, but, properly, is only the French name for crest. TINOTURE is the colour of anything in coat-armour...
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A SYSOPSIS OF HERALDRY

C.N. ELVIN , M.A. F.G.H.S - 1866
...THUNDERROLT; P. VIII. n. 21. TIGER-HERALDIC; P. VIII. n. 29. TILTING SPEAR ; P. IX. n. 55. TIMRRE, signifies the helmet, when placed over the arms in a complete achievement. TINCTURES. See Cap. III. TORCE, the same as wreath. ' TOISON D'OR, a term to express a golden fleece....
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An Introduction to Heraldry: With Nearly One Thousand Illustrations ...

Hugh Clark, James Robinson Planché - Heraldry - 1890 - 279 pages
...TILLAGE, EAKE-HEAD. PI. xxx., n. 3. TiLTiuG-SpKAR, a spear used at tilts and tournaments. PI. xxix. n. 8. TIMBRE, signifies the helmet, when placed over the arms in a complete achievement, but, properly, is only the French name for crest. TINCTUBE is the colour of anything in coat-armour...
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Heraldry Illustrated: Being a Short Account of the Origin and History of ...

William Henry Abbott - Heraldry - 1897 - 127 pages
...tufts. Pl. 24, fig. 11. TILTING SPEAR BROKEN— the bottom part is implied as shown in Pl. 24, fig. 12. TIMBRE — signifies the helmet when placed over the arms in a complete achievement. TINCTURE — the color of anything including the two metals. TOI TRI TOISON D'OR— the golden fleece. TORCHES—...
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